Family/ Student Health & Wellness Event – Part 3

Parents, caregivers, educators and students in 5th grade or higher are invited to attend a workshop on

Adolescent Sleep and Mindfulness

Benefits and best practices for healthy sleep

Thursday, April 26, 7 – 8:30 p.m., in Wood Middle School’s Multi-Purpose Room, 420 Grand St, Alameda.

The final event in our Spring 2018 Wellness Series, this workshop covers:

  • Basics of sleep science (e.g., mechanisms of sleep-wake, normal sleep, etc.)
  • Adolescent sleep vs. adult sleep
  • Downsides of sleep loss
  • Mindfulness and sleep
  • Strategies for healthy sleep
  • When to seek sleep support and resources
  • Q&A

Dr. Daniel Blum is a sleep psychologist and on the Adjunct Clinical Faculty at Stanford, where he provides training on behavioral sleep medicine. An expert in cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, Dr. Blum trained at UC Berkeley’s Sleep & Mood Research Clinic as well as Stanford’s Center for Sleep Sciences & Medicine. He received his BA in Psychology from University of Colorado Boulder and his PhD in Clinical Psychology from CSPP. More info:

Free ($10 suggested donation)  Flier here.

If you can attend any of the events, you are encouraged to RSVP (click on URL on bottom-right corner of flyer), or click here.